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CommutAir Study Guide Questions

These study guide questions were submitted by real pilots who actually interviewed with CommutAir

  1. Why Commutair?
    Ultimately I would like to work for United Airlines. I feel that this company will help me achieve my lifetime goal.
  2. Rate yourself 1-10
    Trick question, you don't want to rate yourself lower, neither higher. Say something in the lines that you are always striving to be the best on what you do and perfection is an ongoing process. "My goal is to be on the top in the first couple years with the company, for that, I will make sure to dedicated to learn the company polices, GOM, SOP and the airplane (EMB145) to the excellence."
  3. How did you hear about Commutair?
    This is fairly easy to answer, but make sure to mention your referral if you had one, so he/she can get the referral bonus.
  4. Why do you want to work for Commutair?
    Highlight the positives points about the company, make sure to avoid mentioning "money" or something not related with the job role.
  5. Have you ever been convicted of a crime?
    Be honest on this question, they will know for sure if you had trouble with the law in the past. This is to try your honesty, because they probably already know the answer.
  6. Have you had an accident?
    If you answer yes, make sure to have a good explanation.
  7. Tell me why I should spend the money to train you when we both know you could leave right away and go fly a regional jet.
    Excellent question and fair. The same way we (pilots) could leave the company, the company could also discontinue the employment, however, they are investing a lot money in training, salary, paperwork, etc.. and from our side, we are investing time, dedication and mainly the willingness to join and fly for the company. So, with that being said, make sure to give them the assurance that you will not jump ship once you get your atp and type rating.
  8. What is the metar? and when is it issued?
    An aviation routine weather report issued at hourly intervals.
  9. What would your current students say about you if we talked to them?
  10. If you could change anything about yourself what would it be?